- DENT, OVERTURF posted by Sassie O'Sullivan on Saturday, April 1, 2000
- Researching (any/all) ancestors/descendants of Thomas Waters DENT b. 19 Jan 1789 (place?) England - d. 4 Aug 1857 Driftwood PA / buried Mix Run Cemetery (Cameron County) PA ... he is my GGGG-grandfather. Do make this old woman happy. No detail too small ... please reply. .
- DENT, GRAY, LEWIS, LORSHBAUGH, MILLER, OVERTURF, SMITH posted by Amy Dent on Monday, April 3, 2000
- I am looking for information on Thomas Waters Dent's family. Thomas came to Cameron county, Pennsylvania from Manchester, England in the early 1800's and married Elizabeth Overturf (Oberdorf). All 11 of their children married which include the surnames above (4 of the children married Millers.)and are now scattered across the nation. If you have any information or questions please e-mail me. Holster1@worldnet.att.net, Thanx, Amy Dent
- MIX posted by Paul E. Mix on Wednesday, April 5, 2000
- Who was the wife of the Amos Mix, which was the father of James Mix and the grandfather of Henry Mix. Did Amos Mix and his wife have other children, and if so, what were their names, dates of birth, etc.? What else is known about the Amos Mix who settled in Gibson Twsp., Cameron Co., PA in 1814?.
- BARR, MILLER posted by Walt Dean on Monday, April 10, 2000
- searching for info on parents of Miller sisters, beleive father was John Miller. Sarah (Sally) Miller, b.9 Mar 1800, d. 6 Mar 1875, bur. Hicks Run cemetery, m. William Barr abt 1820. Margaret Miller, b. 3 Apr 1802, d. 15 Jan 1865, bur. Miller Run cemetery, m. James Barr abt 1820
- BARRUS, GEE, HANSSEE, JORDEN, LAPOLT, LATTIN posted by Janice on Tuesday, April 11, 2000
- Looking for information pertaing to Raymond Gee who married Laura Jorden and thier descendants I know that they had atleast one Child who lived in Cameron and Potter counties Marion Homer Gee/ aka Marion Oddly Gee/ aka Homer Marion Gee he married Frances Best and they had several children Bruce/ Emogene/ Kenneth/ James/ Betty/ Beverly and Horace that I know of. Does anyone have any more information on these families? Please let me know at Janbargee@hotmail.com thanks Janice.
- BARR posted by Walt Dean on Thursday, April 20, 2000
- Robert Barr b.20 Jan 1785 would have been born in New Castle county,Delaware since his father's, John Barr, Pension Papers state that he moved to Pennsylvania in 1787. Robert died 19 Nov 1824. Here is some info I copied at Family History Library in Salt Lake City a year or two ago. Will stop there again for a week of research in May on way to Cameron county in June. In the book History of Centre and Clinton Co., PA. 1883 by John Blair Linn 974.85H2L on page 648, in the Noyes Township chapter of Clinton County section, there is a narrative; I was up on the Sinnemahoning one time in company with Robert Barr. One Jerry Gaines who lived there had misused a sister of Barr's; he met Gaines; an altercation took place, and resulted in Barr shooting Gaines in the leg. By advice of Barr's friends he gave himself up, was taken to jail, and when the day of the trial came Barr had hosts of friends; he was cleared without any trouble and came home rejoicing. The 1991 book, History of Cameron County Pennsylvania on page 7 in the Historical Chronological Report T4; 1813 - 1817 mentions Jerry Gaines (a fugitive slave from Virginia). On page 16 in the section Cameron County Names and Places T13;Upper, Middle, and Lower Jerry Run was named for Jerry Gaines, an escaped slave who settled at Grove
- MCCORMACK, MCCORMICK, SMITH posted by Linda Bauman on Thursday, April 20, 2000
- My great grandparents are buried in Hick Run Cemetery in Cameron County. Names: Reuben McCormick & wife Rachel Zimmerman McCormick Can any one give me any info on them & any of their children one was: Elizabeth Ellen McCormick married to John Scott Smith who are buried in Dents Run Cemetery. Elizabeth Ellen had a sister who married John White who was the oldest living Civil War Vet, at time of his death, in Elk County. Thanks so much for any info. Linda
- CARNEY, MORTON posted by Barbara Robertson on Saturday, April 22, 2000
- I am looking for help with the census in Cameron Co. possibly between 1881 and 1900 to find the names of: Thomas Carney Lovina (Lena?)Carney John Carney Leo Carney Frank Carney Could someone please help me with this? I sure do appreciate any help with it. Thanks, Barb.
- LOGUE posted by Clarence Cummins on Monday, April 24, 2000
- I am seeking information about the families of Adam Logue (1751 - 1836), George Logue (1789 - 1859) and Thomas Logue (1829 - 1885). Adam Logue (1751 - 1836) is my 3rd great-grandfather. George Logue (1789 - 1859) is my 2nd great-grandfather, and Thomas Logue (1829 - 1885) is my Great grandfather. Adam (1751 - 1799) apparently had four sons, Adam (1787 - 1875), George (1789 - 1859), Archibald (1792 or 1793 -?) and Thomas (1794 - ?, some or all who lived in Cameron County. From census info it appears Thomas must have died before 1850. Did Adam have more than one wife? One source lists Mary and a Nancy Sterrett. Is this possible? The 1850 Census for Grove TWP, Cameron CO, PA lists George Logue (misspelled as Logen), age 61, farmer, born in PA in 1789. His wife, Lamira, age49, born in MA in 1801. Son Samuel, age 24, farmer, born in MA in 1826. Son Thomas, age 21, farmer, born in MA in 1829. Daughter Samantha (could this be Sibyl Amanda, born 1833), age 17, born in MA in 1833. (1st question: Were the children born in MA or PA? PA is more likely. 2nd question: When did Geoge, Lamira and their children leave PA? They apparently went to WI and some of their descendants went to MN and ND.) One source, the accuracy of which I have not verified, states that George Logue, born 14 June 1789, Adams Co, PA, died 18 July 1959, Muscoda, WI. His wife as Lamira Francis Dewey, born Oct 6, 1801, Westfield, MA, died March 18, 1880, Muscoda, WI. They were married April 22, 1818 in Carlisle, PA. Apparently George and Lamira had 12 children, all born in Clinton (i.e., Cameron) County. Only six children lived to be adults. Did four of their sons serve in the Civil War? If anyone knows I would be pleased to hear from you.
- DININNY, HOUT posted by Renee Fimbel on Thursday, April 27, 2000
- Searching for any details regarding Hout family in Emporium, Cameron County. My great-grandfather was John Augustine Hout, born 1868. His parents were John Joseph Hout (born 6/10/1843, died 10/22/1890), and Minnie Bissig, and I believe John Joseph migrated here from Bavaria with his parents, Charles and Mary Haupt..
- BLOOM, GORTNER, KLEES posted by Robert Bloom on Saturday, April 29, 2000
- The Klees Families buried in Newton Cemetery in Emporium Pa are related to my grandmother Sarah Jane Klees Bloom who for a time resided in Emporium. They originally came from Muncy & Williamsport in Lycomung Co. Pa. My question is, if any one knows, the relationship of J. Raymond Klees. Perma M.(J. Raymond's wife), Marie E.Klees, James Klees and H. Gaskill Klees to the rest of the Klees family. Henry Rhoades Klees is my grandmother's brother. His wife was Sarah Elizabeth Gortner and his son was Philip G. Klees. We have pictures of Henry and a picture postcard of Philip G. in uniform. On the reverse side is writen "Philip G. Klees Co. H 112 Regement U.S. Infantry Camp Hancock Augusta, Ga." J. Raymond is a contemporary of Henry R. but I am quite sure he is not a brother. In 1870 he would have been 12 years old and in the 1870 Census (Page 251A lines 10-14)of Muncy Township, Lycoming Co., Pa. he is not listed with Henry or Henry,s siblings still living with their parents Jacob Klees and Margaret Hall Klees and their grand mother Mary Marsh Hall..
- CAMPBELL, MCCARDLE, VAUGHN posted by Pam Richmond on Saturday, April 29, 2000
- Have searched many counties in Ohio and PA. Hope to find Family of great-grandparents John Vaughn & Julia McCardle in Cameron County. I think Julia might have been a daughter of Joshua and Elizabeth Anna Campbell. That has not been comfirmed. Would love to find John and Julia's parents and siblings.Any help out there? Pam.
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